Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities:There are no current openings for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the VUSN Postdoctoral Program. Please check back for further details on the next application submission deadline .
The Postdoctoral Program at Vanderbilt School of Nursing is open to nurses who have completed a doctoral program (PhD) within the past five years and are able to locate to Nashville, TN.
Required Application Components:
- Official transcripts from all institutions of higher education attended
- A letter (1-2 pages) that describes professional career goals, reasons for pursuing postdoctoral education, goals for postdoctoral education, focus or area of research along with potential VUSN mentor and expectations for mentorship. In explaining why you selected a specific mentor please address how the selected mentor matches your proposed area of research. You are welcome to make personal contact with our faculty via email in order to help determine common research interests. It will also be helpful to include an anticipated date available to start.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of recommendation
Selection of fellows rests heavily on a strong match between the candidate and faculty mentor.
If you are interested in learning more about our program, please submit an INQUIRY.
There are no current openings for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the VUSN Postdoctoral Program. Please check back for further details on the next application submission deadline .
Applicants that are not United States citizens must be eligible for either an H-1B or J-1 Visa.
- For J-1 visa requirements please visit: https://www.vanderbilt.edu/isss/immigration/j-1-scholars/
- For H-1B requirements, please visit : https://www.vanderbilt.edu/gss/immigration/index.php
Academic Pathways Fellowship
VUSN Postdoctoral applicants also have the opportunity to apply for Academic Pathways Fellowships. Academic Pathways is a program designed to prepare recently graduated doctoral students (PhD, EdD, etc.) and/or a law degree (JD) for competitive academic careers. The need is particularly acute to develop faculty candidates who come from diverse racial, ethnic and other backgrounds and experiences, as differing experiences, views and perspectives are of exceptional value for academic institutions in their research and educational roles. Applications for this program are accepted once per year in the fall. More information.